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Latino Business Group Marks Milestone

The Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce celebrated its five-year anniversary July 16 with a special reception hosted by nutrition company Herbalife at the company’s... Read more »

Deal Keeps 99 Cents Only Headquarters In Commerce

The 99 Cents Only Store Inc. has signed a multi-million dollar lease that will keep the company’s operations in the City of Commerce. The retail chain store operator... Read more »

Less Job Search, More Job Training

Newly redesigned job resource centers will open throughout Los Angeles this summer with shift in focus to training job seekers for growing industries such as healthcare,... Read more »

Walmart Foundation Donates $115,000 to Local Non-profits

Walmart and the Walmart Foundation awarded Plaza de Arte y Cultura and AltaMed Health Services grants to support a garden, promote healthy cooking and an obesity... Read more »

Eastside Job Training Gets Boost From Solar Donation

The East Los Angeles Skills Center will be getting 20 solar power modules that will be used by Homeboy Industries and other groups in job training programs, a Bay... Read more »

Forever 21 Begins Massive Solar Project In Lincoln Heights

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti ceremoniously helped install the first solar panel late last week on what the city is heralding as the largest single-rooftop solar... Read more »

Over 50 and Want to Start a Business? AARP, SBA Can Help

You do not have to be in your 20s or 30s to start a business, and this Saturday AARP California and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) are teaming up to... Read more »

Stakes High for Latinos in Battle Over Herbalife

California based nutrition-supplement giant Herbalife has been busily trying to shore up support from prominent Latinos, amid claims by some Latino groups and former... Read more »

Pelosi Says Republican Refusal to Extend Unemployment Benefits ‘Immoral’

The U.S. Senate earlier this month approved an extension of long-term unemployment benefits, but hopes were dashed that a deal could be reach before Congress’... Read more »

Contreras-Sweet Sworn In as SBA Secretary

A local businesswoman from Los Angeles was sworn in as the Secretary of the Small Business Administration Monday, making her one of just two Latinos in the Presidemt’s... Read more »

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